Sometimes, there are books you don`t really have much to say about. They were only a couple of pages, or didn`t leave much of an impression, they might not be the pinnacle of the literary fiction genre (heh, when do I ever read those to begin with, let`s be real here). 669 more words
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I started watching Louis Theroux documentaries several years ago when I lived in England. In case you don’t know who Louis is, he’s a journalist, documentary filmmaker and presenter from the BBC who travels the world interviewing unlikely people—people, in fact, who most of us would shy away from. 748 more words
Documentaries are slowly becoming an increasingly unappreciated form of media that really gets looked over. That’s understandable with the amount of dull nature programmes and fake shows about storage hunting, pawn shops and yukon gold. 780 more words
Yesterday I watched “Fed Up” on Netflix and became very scared.
It is a documentary, claiming to be revelatory, about the negative impact that sugar and Big Food has on the health of Americans particularly; though it does extend to the rest of the world as so-called Big Food is made up of worldwide brands. 492 more words